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P&C stocks up again

Jenny Messenger 23 February 2015

Click to enlarge PC (re)insurance stocks traded up again last week, with The Insider 30 rising by 0.75 percent.

Brit shares leapt by 10.57 percent following the announcement that Fairfax Financial had agreed a deal to buy the Lloyd's (re)insurer for $1.88bn.

Beazley's stock jumped by 5.27 percent over the week, prompted by speculation about which firms could emerge as the next MA target. Analysts named Beazley and Novae - whose stock also rose by 3.99 percent last week -...

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